A statement released by club president Jiang Lizhang on Chinese social media site Weibo has left Iniesta's next career move in jeopardy, however, with the Far East outfit seemingly unable to afford his wages.
The CEO of Barcelona sponsor Rakuten has ties to Wissel is said to have played a major role in negotiations between the two parties.
Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta's move to China may be in doubt, after his prospective new club Chongqing Lifan said they would not pay a huge salary.
Andres Iniesta has admitted he is playing through injuries in order to savour his final matches as a Barcelona player with his summer departure imminent.
Reports out of Spain say that Kobe, where ex-Arsenal and Bayern Munich forward Lukas Podolski is now playing, are prepared to offer Iniesta a three-year deal worth 25 million euros annually.
Vissel Kobe are also said to be interested, with Iniesta having previously suggested that his next club would not play their football in Europe.
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Spanish media reported Iniesta will sign for Chinese club Chongqing Dangdai Lifan next season.
The other sports industry sections of our club's controlling shareholder have in-depth cooperation with Mr. Iniesta in sports brokerage, sports marketing, and youth education.
According to ESPN, the 33-year-old will be heading to the Japanese J-League to join Vissel Kobe on a three-year deal that will see him earn about $30 million (R376 million) annually.
Football Federation Australia also made no comment after Spain's Sport website named the A-League as Iniesta's "preferred destination".
Chongqing are the second Chinese club to rule out a move for Iniesta, after Tianjin Quanjian threatened legal action to quash reports linking them with the player.